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Taming Turnover: Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Nonprofit Employees
People make organizations work. The right people make them work well. Nonprofit organizations often rely on their employees' commitment to a common good for their success and sustainability. But supporting, nurturing, and sustaining that commitment in a sector where burnout and high turnover rates are all too common can be a challenge for even the best-performing organization. What's a nonprofit to do?
Three challenges in breaking into the nonprofit sector and how to overcome them
Finding a job before you graduate is hard enough. Most college graduates cross the stage without a clue what their next move will be. The challenge doesn’t get any easier once the diploma is up on the wall and the real world begins to knock on your door. More than 50% of recent college graduates are currently unemployed or underemployed.
As opposed to government (public sector) and business (private sector), the nonprofit sector (also referred to as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), independent sector, philanthropic sector, or third sector) is often defined by what it is not. The nonprofit sector is comprised of organizations that are trying to create a better world, as defined by each of these organizations’ missions.
Plaza Community Services Is our featured Non Profit organization.
Their mission is to support children, youth, and families in need to develop and grow within a nurturing environment by providing effective, high quality health, education, housing, and other community services. Currently, Plaza has two job openings for a Child Development Specialist and a Teacher.
The NonProfit Network is the premier website for nonprofit job postings and networking. Our goal is to create extremely low cost or free networking opportunities for the nonprofit sector. We understand securing funding for non profits is difficult and that the good work of nonprofit's often depends on doing more with less. This website is designed to be simple and to help nonprofit's help others, better!
All of our sections are free to search. We want users to take time to post research, a resume, free items, and list their nonprofit. We want nonprofit's to use this site as a tool to improve services and connect with other nonprofits!
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In 2006, Presidential Medal of Freedom Winner and United Farm Workers Co-Founder Dolores Huerta visited Tucson High School in Arizona and delivered a speech. As part of her speech, she stated "Republicans Hate Latinos." The statement was used in 2010 by Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne and other Arizona Politicians to justify the passage of House Bill 2281-The Ethnic Studies Ban....More
JVS Chicago Career Connections for Professionals presents -- "Non-Profit Industry -- A Career Option for Corporate Professionals." Tiffany Tuckett, HR Recruiter/Staffing John G. Shedd Aquarium talks about working at the Shedd, what they look for in new recruits and the particular culture at the Shedd. She also discusses the culture shock that many people experience moving from a for-profit environment to a non-profit one and how to prepare for an interview in the non-profit sector. ...
Outlawing Shakespeare: The Battle for the Tucson Mind is a documentary that focuses on the elimination of the Mexican American Studies program within the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) in Arizona. Under a federal de-segregation decree, Mexican American Studies was created and was successful at improving academic achievement for Latino students in Tucson until earlier in 2012 when it was shut down by the TUSD School Board.